Creo Training Courses at Design Engine

With Creo training, Design Engine will empower manufacturers, engineers, and designers to gain a different perspective by presenting new ways to think about and explore design iterations.

Learn to design with Creo

Advanced Assembly Intensive

Creo Sheetmetal

Cable harness design Week Two

Mechanism Dynamics Intensive

Creo to SOLIDWORKS or SOLIDWORKS to Creo: A Week Long Intensive

Learning Creo for Industrial Designers

FUSION 360: PROTOTYPE & PRODUCTION CNC MACHINING

Detailed Drawing and Assembly

Top-Down Design

Advanced Creo Sheetmetal

Schematics Training

Flexible Modeling Extension FMX

Design for Additive Manufacturing

Creo Update Training

Creo Four Week Comprehensive

Advanced Modeling

Advanced User Custom Training

Cable Harness Design Week One

Import Data Doctor

Behavioral Model Extension

Mold design

CREO MILL PROTOTYPING

Turbo Diesel Engine Creo 7.0

Interested in Creo training?

We don’t teach Creo, we teach ways of thinking. Design Engine’s passionate and knowledgeable staff have decades of design and engineering experience. Therefore, we are able to share unique ways of solving problems by going beyond the Creo software itself. For instance, with our training you’ll dive into design problems, allowing your team to learn quickly, efficiently. 

All of Design Engine’s Creo training programs utilize customized training material with an engaging focus on core-modeling skills and putting design problems into context, with respect to the manufacturing process. These packages can be tailor-made to you or your team’s immediate design needs, whether it is overcoming problems in the software, current project design obstacles, or pushing past what you thought you were capable of doing, Design Engine can help.

We specialize in using Surfaces as tools for light reflection and ergonomic design; Die-cast, Plastic Part Design, or Forging and Sheet Metal in Manufacturing; FEA for assemblies; Cable Harness; Detail Drawings, and more. We discuss successful ways of quoting a project, approaching and defining the project scope, modeling tips and tricks, making changes and adjustments within projects, cohesive communication strategies between designers and engineers, innovations with new manufacturing processes, managing ECNs, and storing project files to make you more productive. Our workshops don’t just solve design challenges, but they change the way designers think, setting off a chain reaction: fostering collaborative relationships, exploring a new design process, facilitating better communication, encouraging problem-solving, and, most importantly, challenging mechanical engineers and product designers to grow and innovate.